Sports

Tue
18
Mar

One last Frozen Four for former Raider Brausen

In winning the last two national championships, the University of Minnesota women’s hockey team had the shortest trip of the teams competing in the Frozen Four both years. This year, the Golden Gophers will travel the farthest of the four squads converging on Hamden, Conn., this weekend.

Mon
17
Mar

Boys basketball: Titans trip to the "State" short lived


With a determined effort that added 15 points to the Titan slate, Tartan freshman guard Jordan Horn (23) drives in for the shot against Hopkins in quarterfinal state Class AAAA action. The Titans lost 58-70 to Hopkins at Target Center March 12. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Loyal Tartan fans cheer on their boys basketball team at Target Center during their spring break vacation.

Tartan senior center Brody Jackson (45) puts up a shot on his way to 15 points in the Minnesota State Boys Class AAAA Basketball Tournament quarterfinal against #1 ranked Hopkins March 12.

Hopkins tries to tie up Tartan freshman forward Emanuel Humphrey (34) during state action at Target Center.

Hopkins 70 - Tartan 58
The Tartan Titans and the Hopkins Royals were still rubbing sleep out of their eyes when they tipped the ball at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the opening game of the 2013 Minnesota State Class AAAA Boys Basketball Tournament at Target Center.

Mon
17
Mar

Girls Basketball: On their way to Class AAA state tourney, Simley ends Hill-Murray's season

Simley 64 - Hill-Murray 52

In the semifinals of Section 4AAA girls basketball playoffs, the Simley Spartans closed out Hill-Murray with some talented offense and a torrid defense.

Wed
12
Mar

Bulletin-area girls hoops teams tumble

The post-season didn’t last long for the Bulletin-area high school girls basketball teams. All three squads lost in their respective section quarterfinals on Thursday.

Wed
12
Mar

St. Anthony grad still going the distance in Duluth

Former St. Anthony Village High School distance runner Chris Lawson is a sophomore at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Although he is in only his second season competing for the Saints, he has amassed quite an impressive list of accolades.
Lawson added to that list at the recent Upper Midwest Athletic Conference indoor track and field championships. Lawson won the 5,000 meters at the conference meet and earned all-UMAC honors in the process.

Wed
12
Mar

Former Irondale standout headed to NCAA tournament


Klein, a sophomore defenseman at St. Catherine University, played in 26 games this season.

Lindsey Klein

As a member of the Irondale High School girls hockey team, Kelsey Barnier played in a pair of state tournaments, the Holy Grail of prep hockey in Minnesota. Now a senior at the University of St. Thomas, Barnier has reached a similar height at the collegiate hockey level.
Barnier and her St. Thomas teammates have qualified for the Division III NCAA women’s hockey tournament. The Tommies clinched their spot in the tournament by winning the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference playoffs on Saturday.

Tue
11
Mar

Central knocks Raiders out of section playoffs

St. Paul Central entered its girls basketball section semifinal against Roseville on Saturday with a better record but a lower seed. The Minutemen left East Ridge High School with an even better record than the Raiders and something even more important: A berth in the section final.

Tue
11
Mar

Former Raider earns MIAC accolades

The Bethel University women’s hockey team put together a record-setting season this year and a former Roseville Raider had a lot to do with the team’s success.

Tue
11
Mar

Former Raider earns UMAC accolades


RAHS grad Danielle Dickson recently completed a successful indoor track and field season at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Dickson earned all-conference honors and helped her team claim the conference championship.

Former Roseville Area High School athlete Danielle Dickson recently completed a successful indoor track and field season at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Dickson earned all-conference honors and helped her team claim the conference championship.

Tue
11
Mar

Concordia Academy through to semifinals

By getting a bye in the first round of the section playoffs, the Concordia Academy girls basketball team had seven days between its final regular season game and first playoff contest. The extra time off didn’t affect the Beacons as they rolled to an easy victory on Saturday.

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